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Lighten Your Footprint

By Steve Werblow Rushing into the field to save a day can leave farmers with soil compaction that may reduce crop yields and increase fuel...

A Quick Guide to Choosing Your Ag School

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By Jeff Melchior Today’s agriculture school is not your dad’s agriculture school. Although fundamental skills such as agronomy and equipment operation are still the bread-and-butter...

Grain Market Analysis: The Struggle of Quality and Quantity

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As winter closes in, and with harvest now behind us, markets should generally stabilize some as buyers focus on trying to establish the quality...

The Easy Button

By Natalie Noble Grain sampling at harvest. The time-consuming practice yields poor representation and inaccurate results more often than not, but that’s about to change....

A New Green Revolution in Agriculture

By Claude Rene Flueckiger Biological products will revolutionize agriculture by replacing chemical fertilizers and chemical pesticides in the $240 billion crop protection and fertilizer market. Biologicals include...

How Secure is Farm Data?

By Jaclyn Krymowski  Like much of the world, data now plays an integral role in our daily life. This is extended to modern agriculture from research to...

A Leg up on the Competition

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Jeff Melchior No matter what point you are at in life, chances are, somewhere along the way you had a mentor. Be it a parent,...

Prescription Required

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By Alexis Kienlen By Dec. 1, 2018, cattle producers will no longer be able to go into a farm store and purchase antimicrobials or antibiotics....

Tiny and Mighty

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A perpetual thorn in farmers’ sides, pests and diseases require much time, energy and money to control. At large-scale industrial operations and small family...

Tried and True

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Some dilemmas, such as choosing a Porsche, Mercedes or BMW, are nice to have. The farming equivalent might be wheat, canola and oats, as...

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